The perfect web address for the European market
Position your European business for success
If your business is growing in the European Market and you want to benefit from of one of the most trusted domain names in Europe, .eu is for you. It's the global online standard domain name for European websites.
Please note the registration of .eu domains is limited to EU/EEA citizens and persons and organisations with an address in the EU/EEA.
.eu domain feature list
- 1 email account with 2 GB mailbox space
- Access to professional webmail
- Subdomains to structure your website
- Advanced DNS management
- Unlimited email forwarding
- 24/7 customer support
- A wide selection of domains, including new domains
- Fast and simple domain setup
- Secure your domain from hijacking risks with domain lock
- Free Wildcard SSL certificate
- Regular offers exclusive to IONOS customers
At IONOS, you have a dedicated contact person for personalised advice, tips to boost your online success, and technical support. Reach them via phone, chat and email, all at no cost to you as an IONOS customer.
We're always working to improve our customer support, and we're proud to have won several awards. These include Best Customer Engagement Initiative and Best Use of Customer Insight.
.eu domain extension
.eu is the country-specific top-level domain of the European Union, currently counting 27 member states. It first came into existence in April 2005 and about 3.9 million domains have been registered so far. The extension reflects the European identity. It is a great choice if your website is targeting visitors from across the EU.
Any EU/EEA citizen and any person or company residing in a member state of the EU, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein may register a .eu domain. The registration itself only takes a few minutes. The maximum length of the domain name is 63 characters.
The Belgian company EURid (European Registry of Internet Domain Names) is entrusted with the registration of the .eu domain. The company was founded in 2002 specifically for this task.
Now the UK has left the European Union, UK residents are only eligible for .eu domains if they are nationals of an EU country, or if their business has an EU address as well as a British one, e.g. a subsidiary company.